Of all the [tag]basketball shooting drills[/tag] we use, here’s a shooting/rebounding drill that my players love. The drill takes about 12 to 13 minutes.

Divide your team into 3 smaller units. One group on one wing, one group at the top of the key and the third at the other wing.

Team 1 gets to shoot for 1 minute from the wing.  They may shoot a two or a three.  If they make it, their team gets 2 or 3 points.  If they miss, the first person in the other two lines fight for the rebound.  The team that gets the rebound gets a point. A [tag]basketball[/tag] coach or manager makes the pass to the next person in line for the shooting team.  This continues for 1 minute.

At the end of the minute, we rotate clockwise and team 2 shoots for 1 minute and teams 1 & 3 battle for rebounds.

Rotate again after a minute and team 3 shoots for a minute.  All 3 teams then take turns shooting from the key and then from the other wing.  Losers run or winners get a reward.

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